Nagarjuna Flooded With Singing Offers

Nagarjuna Flooded With Singing Offers

Nagarjuna Flooded With Singing Offers

Hero Nagarjuna crooned a peppy number 'Kotha Kotha Bhasha' in his home production venture Nirmala Convent which marks film debut of hero Srikanth's son Rohan. The song composed by Roshan Salur was sung originally by academic winner AR Rahman's son Ameen. When the original song was being recorded, Nagarjuna was at the studio. The composer Roshan Salur heard Nagarjuna humming the catchy tune and lauded the actor for his singing skill. Then Roshan pitched the idea of recording the song in Nag's voice and the Soggade Chinni Nayana star told him 'why not'. Although Nagarjuna sang a simple song about cigarette in Seetharama Raju, 'Kotha Kotha Bhasha' in Nirmala Convent is Nag's first attempt at singing professionally. The song is getting immense response. What's more, Nagarjuna is flooded with singing offers; however, he is not interested to take his new obsession seriously. Nagarjuna is very much confident about Nirmala Convent directed by G Naga Koteswara Rao. "I want to keep trying something new all the time. It is the only way to grow," says he. Shriya Sharma who played child artist in several films will be seen opposite Roshan in the film which is slated for release soon.